Abstract Critical

Raphael Rubinstein looks at the art of Nahum Tevet

“In the mid-1980s, geometrical abstraction was, for many, the artistic mode where the most exciting lines of thought, turns of style and artistic practices converged. It was the privileged locus of postmodernism’s critique of modernist idealism, the vehicle for the triumphal entry of theory into the heart of contemporary art, and the perfect way for baby boomers to indulge in some knowing nostalgia.”